Why do people leave a business? It’s an old question that’s asked time and again. The problem of losing good people has blighted many businesses over the years and it’s widely accepted that the biggest single cost for all businesses is its people. So why is it that your best people just decide to leave?
When you set out on your journey to find a new or alternative office space it’s easy to think that the process can be quick and simple. In the last ten years the number of flexible workspace providers has risen by 14%, helped by the rise of successful businesses like Wework, amongst others. Recent growth in London has been outpacing most of the rest of the UK, and with many providers also growing the number of locations they have on offer, the choice can feel a little overwhelming.
You don’t have to be a FTSE 250 or a Fortune 500 company to have a contingency plan in place in case the worst should happen. More and more SME businesses are drafting their own business continuity (BC) plans to ensure their businesses continue even in the worst case scenario.
There has been a lot going on across the UK serviced office and flexible workspace sector in recent weeks. Here is our round-up of the main stories currently circulating during April 2016.